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Questioning Prayers

From time to time, a soul is shaken into questioning things even convictions firmly held. Questioning Prayers by Michael Romani Questioning prayers Questioning the Divine Caught in emotional snares Laid like cerebral landmines Poems to all its owed To dreams … Continue reading

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First Principles: It Is Preposterous To Attempt Separating the Law of Nature From the Law of Revelation

“The law of nature and the law of revelation are both Divine: they flow, though in different channels, from the same adorable source. It is indeed preposterous to separate them from each other.” – James Wilson, of the Law of … Continue reading

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Wrapped In A Revealing Shroud

Based on Matthew 28:20: Wrapped In A Revealing Shroud by Michael Romani Thanking God for my salvation For providing my destination Every moment spent in inspiration Walking forward in His direction Teaching all that is to be observed He gives more … Continue reading

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First Principles: Liberty Is Sacred When Rightly Understood

“Liberty is a word which, according as it is used, comprehends the most good and the most evil of any in the world. Justly understood it is sacred next to those which we appropriate in divine adoration; but in the … Continue reading

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First Principles: Human Government Is As Good As It Is Godly And Moral

“Human government is more or less perfect as it approaches nearer or diverges farther from the imitation of this perfect plan of divine and moral government.” – John Adams, draft of a Newspaper Communication, 1770        

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